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1.03.2008

Reader Submitted

So a buddy just emailed this about The Clinton Library. I'm torn about posting it because I'll only put it at the "moderately funny" category. But since that guy (1) told me to post it, (2) has a better sense of humor than I do, and (3) is better liked, maybe he knows something I don't. Plus, I got a big bag of nothing this morning.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hillaryious!! Especially liked the VIP room.

Crud Bonemeal said...

Oh, that was meant as a joke? The only thing he left out was the McDonald's window in the foyer so the patron can have plenty of fries with that...!

rich little said...

zzzzz... That would have been funny if it had been made when Bill was still in office. Of course, since he's been out of office for nearly eight years...not so funny. It's like watching old SNL clips of Gerald Ford falling down. Just b/c Frank thinks his Clinton impersonation is good, doesn't mean that it's funny.

Anonymous said...

I was ammused by the "Story of Character" presented by Bill Cinton during the bowl games on New Year's Day. Now, that was funny!!

Jarhead said...

"Moderately funny"?? I'm sure if it was about W it would have been HILARIOUS, right?

I guess because it brought to light some of Clinton's numerous shortcomings while in office it wasn't so funny to the apologists.

Everyone thinks Caliendo is the greatest when he does Bush, but he's just so-so when he makes fun of St. Willy. Gimme a break.

Anonymous said...

I want a library card from that library!!

Anonymous said...

Slow day, what about a former Baylor kicker being introduced as the GM of the Miami Dolphins?

sandman said...

Must be a slow day. Frank Caliendo isn't that funny.

rpm said...

Meh, he's overrated. Very overrated.

Darrell Hammond is much funnier and does better impersonations.

Anonymous said...

#4) Your friend knows that as only 47% of the population ever voted for Clinton that the Majority of people would find it funny. An added plus is that the 47% who voted for him will see it as a tribute to his legacy and not even realize it was meant to be funny (as you apparently didn't).

Anonymous said...

5:10, Make that 47 per cent of the people that voted.

Anonymous said...

Thought it was funny, and the voice impersonation dead on.
Bushisms are not made up by comedians. They are funny/not funny, but true nevertheless.

Anonymous said...

During the 10 years or so of total Republican control, I do not think I had to pay a penny of any kind of tax. Gotta love those Tax-cut and spend Pugs!